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INDEX

Taki r"~'->an, governor of Pars, ii. 362

Tak " * ^an, Min&a (Amir-i-Nizam), ii.
441, 442 ; fall of, 448-449

Tak-i-Kisra (Ctesiphon), i. 509-510

Takrit, ii. 173 5 besieged by Tamerlane,
207

Tala, Island of, ii. 175

Talbot, Col. F. G., ii. 223 footnote

Talha (son of Tahir), ii. 34, 74

Talish, district of, ii. 69

Tamerlane, i. 287 ; ii. 195 ; reign and
career of, 196, et seq. ; submits to
Tughluk Timur Khan, 198 5 "Timur
the Lame,*' 199 ; campaigns with Khoja
Ilias, 200 ; struggle with Amir Husayn,
200-201 5 surrender of Herat, 201 j
siege of Kalat-i-Nadiri and of Turshiz,
201-202 ; Sistan campaign, 202-203 ;
campaign in Northern Persia, 203-204 5
Hafiz and Tamerlane, 204-205 ; cam-
paigns with Toktamish, 205 ; Pars and
Irak, 205-207; Takrit, Russia, and
India, 207-208 ; Mameluke campaign,
2085 defeat of Bayazid, 208-2105
Castilian embassy, 210-213 5 death and
character, 213-2155 216, 217, 220,
222, 223, 224, 238, 240, 243, 293, 372

Tammaritu, King of Elam, i. 92, 95, 96-

97

-Tangut; invaded by Chengiz, ii. 160
Taoke, Achaemenian port, i. 149
Tapuria (Mazanderan), i. 284
Tarakan, delta of, i. 286
Taraz (Christian settlement), ii. 89
Tarim, River, i. 366, 469 5 ii. 122, 149
Tarrisha, capital of the Hapardip, i. 49
Tarsus, i. 268, 315 j ii. 74
Tartars, the, European designation for the

Mongols, q.v.
Tatatungo, Uighur, ii. 148
Tate, G. P., i. 286 footnote ; ii. 203
Tauris (Tabriz), i. 30
Taurus  Mountains, i. 15, 42, 280, 322,

33&» 337, 345i385> 4°7,433
Tavernier, J. B., i. 37 ; ii. 143, 297, 354
.» Taxila, city of, i. 290
Taxiles, King, i. 289, 290
Tayif, i. 534; ii. 7, 13, 15, 19,27
Taylor, Isaac, i. 496 footnote
Tayy tribe, i, 522
'"Tebukj campaign against, by Mohamed^

ii. 19
Teheran, i, 1, 8, 15, 22, 37, 121, 125,

280, 284; ii. 79, 211
Teispes, son of Achaemenes, £.151
Teixeira, Pedro, ii. 270
Tejen, river, i. 4, 5, 16, 22, 328, 329
Tekish, King of Khwarazm, ii. 125, 126
Telegraphs ; England and India, ii. 472-
473 ;  first  Persian  line, 473 5  Indo-
European lines, 473-474.; influence on
Persia, 474-475
VOL. II

Tello (the site of Lagash), i. 73
Tempe, i. 212, 213, 341
Temuchin (son of Yissugay), ii. 147, 148
Tennes, King of Sidon, i. 248
Tennyson, Lord, ii. 68
Ten Thousand, retreat of the, i. 240 etseq.,
268
Teos, Greek city of, i. 159
Terek, Battle of, ii. 205
Terentius, Dukevi. 459
Termez, or TSerriiiz, province of, ii. 52
Tennis, town of, ii. 154, 211
Teumman, King of Elam, i. 92, 93, 94,
96
Thales of Miletus, i. 138
Thapsacus, i. 237, 273
Thebans, the, i. 214
Thebes, city of; sack of, i. 92, 233, 243,
246,   248,   254,   255;   destroyed   by
Alexander the Great, 260
Themistocles, i. 211, 216, 219
Theodore (brother of Heraclius) 5 defeats
Shahin, i. 526
Theodore of Mopsuetia, condemnation of,
i. 528
Theodoret (historian), i. 446
Theodosiopolis, i. 467, 479
Theodosius the Great, i. 420, 464
Theodosius II., i, 464, 471, 475 footnote,
479
Theodotus, the Aetolian, i. 335
Theophilus (Greek Emperor); defeat of,
ii. 80
Theophylactus (historian),!. 515, 520
.Therrna (Salonica), i. 212, 213, 214, 251
footnote
•Thermopylae, Battle of, i. 213-214, 259 ;
3l8, 343, 367
Theron, tyrant of Hemera, i. 219
Thespiae, i. 213
Thespians, the, i. 214
Thessalonica, i. 251 footnote
/Thessaly, i. 212, 213, 219, 220, 254, 263,
269, 343
Thoas, i. 346
Thomas, Bishop of Marga, i. 528 footnote
Thomas, Dr. F. W., i. 359 footnote
Thompson, R. C., i. 188 footnote, 400
-Thrace, i. 176, 177 5 annexation of, 179 ;
180,198,200 5 campaign of Mardonius,
202-203 > 254> 3IO> 3*9, 339> 34^, 344,
Thraetona, vide Feridun
"Thrasymene, Battle of, i. 339
Thucydides, i. 157, 226
^Tiberias, Sea of, ii. 28
Tiberius, Emperor, i. 402, 403, 404, 405,
517
Tiberius, Count, i. 494, 495
Tibet, i. 8 ; ii. 158
Tidal, King of the Hittites, i. 78
Tiflis, i. 23 footnote, 30 ; ii, 159, 165, 328
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